No problem xxRAZRxx. I do see an improvement when playing 3D Blu rays, Steve S. I would have to say they appear to have more depth (into the window), and clearer, with ever so slightly more pop; probably due to clarity. The into the window depth and clarity, is just above nuanced, but no more. I would also like to note, many people might not be able to see these differences, as they are within (arbitrarily) 5% difference from prior to the update. These differences were immediately noticeable to me, however. If I were to make a claim as to what LG did, it would be that they made their existing algorithms more precise, or on target.
TruMotion can be turned on/off, and adjusted. As for the setting, it really depends on the content, and even perhaps how close you are sitting to the screen (speaking to the artifacts, not soe). I find a setting of 2 is always acceptable. Some content is fine maxed out, such as Resident Evil Retribution, but How to Train you Dragon I never go above 2. Connecting to a PC, there can be a lot of balancing, you can set your drivers, player, and TV, to converge on the picture you like best. I find that the edge enhancer setting, can sometimes help with these artifacts. A lot of people recommend turning off all processing features, but on a PC, you can add post processing features, such as deinterlacing, output codecs, color, sharpness, etc, from the PC end. I personally find it best to sometimes set programs or the TV, higher than normal viewing settings, and use the other to compensate. TV sharpness 0, program sharpness Medium, TV edge enhance High, for example. It's all very content based, and sometimes I feel as if I have to stand on my head to reconfigure settings between movies. (first world problems)
-These are my 3D movie settings, on Bluray input- (for desktop on PC input, brightness 18, no sharpness, the rested is grayed out, off, else the same.) There are also graphics card driver settings, essentially I set them to slightly lower brightness, slightly vibrant, little extra contrast, little less gamma, 6800k. I feel there might be room for improvement, but I'm content at the moment. I would also like to note, that I also have a VGA cable connected; it can be nice for old, or very low quality content.
Picture Mode: Isf Expert 1
Sharpness H&V: 0-25 content, preference, and distance, 8 on crisp content, 20 on dull.
Dynamic Contrast: Off
Super Resolution: Content based, mostly off
Color Gamut: Standard
Edge Enhancer: Off or High, content based
Color Temp: Cool
-Color Management System-
S T L
Yellow -2 -1 0
Red 1 5 2
Green 3 6 0
Blue -10 -8 2
Cyan 3 8 1
Magenta -3 0 0
Noise Reduction: High or off, content based
MPEG noise reduction: High or off, content based
Black Level: Low